Med School Deans Worry Graduates Won't Get Residencies

As enrollment surges, officials worry there won't be enough clinical sites to train medical school graduates

A student studies at the UCLA School of Medicine.

UCLA School of Medicine

A record number of people are going to medical school, according to the latest numbers from the Association of American Medical Colleges, but all those students could face a problem when they graduate: a lack of openings for residencies, which they typically need to become doctors. 

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